ChipWhisperer Jupyter Notebook Repository
Welcome to the ultimate collection of ChipWhisperer Jupyter notebooks.
This repository serves multiple purposes:
courses) in Side-Channel Analysis (SCA) along with Fault Injection. These are organized to align with commercial course content on ChipWhisperer.io, but many are stand-alone and can serve as a self-taught course.
Course notebooks are open-source and you can follow along at your own pace too!
See ChipWhisperer.io for more details.
experiments) showcasing various things you can do with the ChipWhisperer platform. These notebooks may have less background, often require certain hardware to perform the experiments, and may be in a work in progress state.
demos) of various features and targets, such as ChipWhisperer-Pro streaming mode being used to capture long power traces, or hardware AES running on the CW305 FPGA board.
Many notebooks have been overhauled and renamed - if you're looking for the previous version, see the
archivedirectory (preserved here to keep links less broken on the internet).
What do you want to do now? If you're just getting to know ChipWhisperer, check out the following:
First time using ChipWhisperer? Check out these links:
- Overview from ChipWhisperer Docs Links to a background on ChipWhisperer, how to run the Jupyter server, and how to install ChipWhisperer.
0 - Introduction to Jupyter Notebooks.ipynband
1 - Connecting to Hardware.ipynbalso serve as introductions to interacting with Jupyter Notebooks and the ChipWhisperer hardware.
Having trouble? Here are some quick ways to get help:
- If you have a general question or problem, please head over to forum.newae.com which is our primary support method.
- If you've found a specific bug, please raise a GITHub issue.
- If you want more hands-on help, part of our training offerings on ChipWhisperer.io offer more interactive help (including a private forum section).
Re-Use in Teaching & Academic Environments
These notebooks are distributed under the open-source GPL license (as is the rest of ChipWhisperer). This means you can distribute and modify this material (even for commercial trainings), provided you maintain references to this repository and the original authors, and also offer your derived material under the same conditions.
If you would like to re-use this content commercially under different license conditions, please contact
sales -AT- newae.com. Note that as a public project, we also have user-contributed content which we may not own the original copyright for.
This material is Copyright (C) NewAE Technology Inc., 2015-2020. ChipWhisperer is a trademark of NewAE Technology Inc., claimed in all jurisdictions, and registered in at least the United States of America, European Union, and Peoples Republic of China.